Join us to hear Scot McKnight, New Testament professor at Northern Seminary, as he shares what we can learn about being a pastor from Paul.
Cost for this event is $25.
Enjoying Kingdom Community
Spend the evening at The Garden on Millbrook in fellowship with CBFers from across the state while enjoying heavy hors d'oeuvres and music from Black Water Rhythm & Blues Band. We will also celebrate the ministry of Rick Jordan at CBFNC upon his retirement.
Registration, Exhibit Hall and Living Water Cafe opens
On-site registration will be available.
Workshop Session 1
A variety of workshops will be offered including topics related to Bible study, practical ministry, and our theme of Embracing Kingdom Community.
Join us to hear about kingdom embracing communities around our state. Our featured preachers will be Paul Anderson and Randy McKinney.
Lunches must be purchased during pre-registration. No lunches will be sold on-site. There are many restaurants in the area if you would like to leave campus.
Workshop Sessions 2 & 3
A variety of workshops will be offered including topics related to Bible study, practical ministry, and our theme of Embracing Kingdom Community. There will be a 30 minute break between sessions.
Annual Business Meeting
This session will feature the Moderator's Report, approval of the 2020-2021 Mission and Ministry Funding Plan, election of new Coordinating Council members, and consideration of Bylaw changes related to a new Ministry Team structure.
Dinners must be purchased during pre-registration. No dinners will be sold on-site. There are many restaurants in the area if you would like to leave campus.
Prepare for worship with music by the Chowan University Choir and Trinity Baptist musicians.
We will end our time together in worship. Jerusha Neal, professor at Duke Divinity School, will bring our sermon. The Chowan University Choir will provide music.
Saturday, March 21
9:00 am-12:00 pm
Racial Equity Workshop: Groundwater Presentation
In this lively and participatory presentation, presenters will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an analysis that most find immediately helpful and relevant.